At Mode, Daniel holds a meeting with the staff sympathetic to this secret unsanctioned renegade fashion show that no one is supposed to know anything about. The official Mode show starts at 2:00, so this team has to be ready to take care of the lights and music. Christina's lined up some great new fashion designers, and the team has to hit the streets to find real women. That would be anyone who's not skinny and hot. Uh, thanks. The team members are on their own, since Daniel doesn't know where to start. On her way out, Amanda snatches Betty to pull her into the psychic scheme. Betty assures Amanda that she doesn't know anything about her father, and asks if Amanda is planning to kiss her. "Like you never thought about it," Amanda's replies. Betty doesn't know anything about psychics either, and Amanda tells her it's magic and like science -- you just have to believe in it, not understand it. After calling her Betty Gonzalez and saying she's sorry she lost her father last year, Amanda is moved by the fact that Betty actually lost her mother. She asks how she's gotten over it, and Betty says that she hasn't, but is thankful that she has her father. Amanda looks sad, and Betty is genuinely sorry that she can't be of help. As she turns to go, she notes that one of Amanda's possible father photos has fallen. Amanda picks it up. It is Gene Simmons. OF KISS. The B gave her a kiss. GENE SIMMONS IS AMANDA'S FATHER! Amanda sticks out her tongue. I see the resemblance!
Back at Wili's, she and Marc dismiss the mommymatrix. They need to find a surrogate they can control. Someone they can watch over day and night. Someone who's desperate for money. On cue, Christina, one of last year's Designers To Watch, of course, pops up on Fashion TV. Her womb has no idea what's coming its way.
And then! Fashion TV live at the Mode show! Suzuki St. Pierre gives Alexis Meade kudos for promising non-orexic models, and kudon'ts for not delivering. Betty and Henry scheme over walkie-talkies and get sexy using their Princess Daisy and Black Dragon code names, much to the chagrin of the other folks on the line. The skinny bitches finish walking, and Daniel emerges on the runway to tell the audience that they're in for something different. The silhouettes on the backdrops become skeletons with the tag line, "No Zero Worship." Or, given the crack proofreading we've seen so far, "Know Zero War Ship." Fashion isn't just for the size zeros, Daniel says, it's for the schoolteacher in Great Neck and the cashier at D'Agostinos. And the recapper, sitting on her couch enjoying a few Doritos. Real women with real bodies. Beauty, says Daniel, is one size that truly does fit all. And then out comes Bow Wow! Bow Wow is a healthy woman? Who knew! He raps as a bunch o' ladies come out -- short, tall, old, young, of all shapes and sizes -- in dresses that sparkle and shine. Gold lame is not just for skinnies! Justin's class looks on with interest, especially when their teacher works the catwalk. The audience goes crazy. And then it's Betty! You know, because America Ferrara is so huge. She's happy, and so are we!